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Frederick Danvers Power

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Frederick Danvers Power (1861- )

1922 Cons. Min. Engr., b. 1861; s. of S. B. Power. Ed. Malvern Coll., Eng. Training: Royal School of Mines, London, and Koenigliche Bergakademie zu Clausthal a/Harz, Germany. Twice Pres. of the Australasian Inst. Min. E.; Lecturer on Min., Univ. of Sydney; Certified Mine Mangr.; Examiner for Mine Mangr.'s Cert., N.S.W. Publ.: "Pocket Book for Miners and Metallurgists "; "Coal Fields and Collieries of Australia "; various Papers before Scientific Socs. Address: 33-39, Hunter Street, Sydney, N.S.W., Australia.

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